Boarders Inn And Suites Ashland City
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We had quite a lot of fun today at the Corvette Museum. It started in the car park, where there is a special area in which only corvettes are allowed to park. We had a look at all of the new models in the foyer and on the way in, noticed a raffle to win a Corvette. So we entered! I typically only win cans of beans in raffles, so a corvette would be nice! There was a corvette simulator that we both had a go on. Jonathan was on it for a while and then the operator kept making ...
August 26th – day 114
Woke up and we all caught up on
journaling while the kids also did some school work. It's beautiful
here, peaceful, quiet, lots of trees. The deck outside the flat is
sheltered and the breeze was perfect for curling up and reading a
Ben helped with a little work around
the land digging ditches. Then we headed out to have a look around
Downtown Franklin. ...
Had our usual egg and toast for breakfast. Went to the Opryland Mall and found Birkenstocks for Diane.....147.49 visa Had lunch at Macaroni Grill. Shared a caprese salad and veal parmigiana (sp?). Bought a bottle of very nice red wine and they corked and bagged what we didn't drink so we could take it with us.....51.22 visa. Then we went back to the Leprechaun and took naps. Went to the Ryan Auditorium and picked up ...
... of photos Part of the tour was a trip to Studio B RCA Victors Nashville studio, affectionately known as the house Chet built, after legendary producer and picker Chet Atkins. Very informative, we learned about Elvis' penchant for different mood lighting according to the song he was singing. He apparently recorded "Are You Lonesome Tonight" in pitch darkness and if you listen hard enough you can hear him banging his head on the mike when he ...
... time no excitement awaited the end of our drive.
Lorraine found the exit out of Nashville, which escorted us past six or seven buffalo sculptures on the edge of town. We spent very little time finishing the trek through Tennessee. It was obvious Jessica and I felt tired, although the sun still shined down brightly. A day of rest in our own beds at home was all that interested us before we would desire another opportunity on the road. I left Nashville with ...